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seizures as in either status epilepticus or convulsions of any
sort... febrile or afebrile... Head injury or not..
 
J.
 
--- On Thu, 19 Feb 1998 08:40:13 -0600  "Jay Pershad, M.D."
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i am sorry, but do you mean a child with "seiures or status
epilepticus"
when you speak of "fitting?"
 
Jay Pershad
> -----Original Message-----
> From: John Horley [SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Thursday, February 19, 1998 3:10 PM
> To:   Multiple recipients of list PED-EM-L
> Subject:      The Fitting Child - care pathway
>
> does anyone use a pathway for treatment of a fitting child in an
> Accident and Emergency Department ( ER ) ?
>
> We are considering one in our department ( Alder Hey Children's
> Hospital in Liverpool UK ) and I would appreciate some ideas /
> examples.
>
> We have protocols to follow... both in Triage and also in drug
> protocols... but I think what we are aiming to set up is something
> that we can audit etc..
>
> Thanks...
>
> J.
>
>
> John Horley
> Staff Nurse ( Childrens )
> Alder Hey Children's Hospital
> Accident and Emergency Department
> Liverpool UK
>
> please mail me for a fax number if you have anything that you could
> send me...
>
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